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Diversion and reconsignment outside switching limits after placement is

not subject to diversion and reconsignment rules and charges but to local rates

to and from point of reconsignment. Diversion and reconsignment within switch

ing limits after placement is not subject to diversion and reconsignment rules

and charges but to the rate for local movement in addition to the rate from

point of origin to billed destination.

Special rules and charges apply on coal and coke, fresh fruits and vege

tables, and seeds, which in some cases are the same as or similar to the fore

going regulations and charges on general traffic.

Tariff authority, Reading Co., I. C. C. 2234.

The same provisions and

charges are published by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in its tariff, I. C. C. 23576, and by the Pennsylvania Railroad in its I. C. c. 2711.

TRANSIT PRIVILEGES

Marcus Hook, Chester, and Trenton are the only ports covered in this report

at which the railroads accord transit privileges on general carload traffic.

Numerous rules and charges are published governing these privileges at the ports

but in a limited way the following charges applicable at these ports will illus

trate the scope and value of these privileges to the shippers.

Marcus Hook and Chester. - Petroleum lubricating oil or petroleum grease,

originating in defined territories, may be stopped in transit at Marcus Hook

and Chester for filtering, mixing, blending, and packing in barrels, drums, or cans, on the basis of the through rate plus a transit charge of 2 3/4 cents per

100 pounds. The same privilege is accorded petrolatum and petroleum wax at a

transit charge of 4 cents per 100 pounds. This privilege applies specifically

on shipments reforwarded through the terminals of the Pennsylvania Railroad or

the Reading Railway System at Philadelphia for export or coastwise movement.

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The Reading Co. and the Pennsylvania Railroad provide that balsa wood, when originating at stations within New York Lighterage limits, may be

stopped at Trenton for storage and reforwarded to stations in specified terri

tory at a transit charge of 4 cents per 100 pounds, minimum charge $8.66 per

car.

The time for reforwarding this commodity is 12 months. The Reading Co.

publishes a transit arrangement whereby crude rubber originating in defined

territory may be stopped at Trenton for washing and drying at & transit charge

of 4ž cents per 100 pounds, the time limit being 12 months. The Pennsylvania

Railroad provides for storage in transit of iron and steel articles at Trenton

when such shipments are to be reforwarded for export. The time limit for this

storage is 6 months and the transit charge is 42 cents per 100 pounds.

Additional information concerning these and other transit privileges at

Marcus Hook, Chester, and Trenton is given in Reading Co. tariff, I.C.C. 2214

and Pennsylvania Railroad tariff, I.C.C. 2700.

MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES

Special freight train service at New Castle, Marcus Hook, Chester, and

Trenton is provided by the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Reading Co. at a

charge of $3.44 per train mile, minimum charge $137.50.

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At New Castle, Marcus Hook, Chester, and Trenton the Pennsyl

vania Railroad and the Reading Co. charge 86 cents or $1.86 per car for weighing

both inbound and outbound cars on private scales located at the industry, depend

ing upon whether the weighing is done before or after placement. On other pri

vate scales, the charges are $1.86, $4.34, or $8.66 per car, depending upon the

distance of the scales from the shipper's plant. On railroad company scales,

the charge on both inbound and outbound traffic is $1.86 or $4.34 per car, de

pending upon when weighing is done. For weighing enroute to destination, the

charge is $4.95 per car.

The foregoing miscellaneous charges are published in Pennsylvania Railroad

tariff, I. C. C. 2505 and in Reading Co. tariff, I. C. C. 2205.

List of Freight Rate Tables

The tables showing import, export, and domestic class and coinmodity rates presented in this chapter have been numbered consecutively as listed below.

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1

Import, intercoastal, and coastwise all-rail class rates from shipside at North Atlantic, South Atlantic, and Gulf ports to representative points in Central Freight Association Territory.

2

Export, intercoastal, and coastwise all-rail class rates between shipside at North Atlantic, South Atlantic, and Gulf ports and representative points in Central Freight Association Territory.

3

All-rail export commodity rates, carloads, fron points in Central
Freight Association Territory to North Atlantic ports.

4

All-rail import commodity rates, carloads, from North Atlantic ports to points in Central Freight Association Territory.

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5

Rates on bituminous coal, carloads, to Atlantic ports for track delivery.

6

Export and domestic rates on billets, blooms, ingots, bars, plates, and various other iron and steel articles, carloads, from Central Freight Association Territory to North Atlantic ports.

7

Export and domestic rates on various iron and steel articles, including pig iron, ingot moulds, ingot mould stock, etc., carloads, from Central Freight Association Territory to North Atlantic ports.

8

Export and domestic rates on manufactured iron and steel articles, including structural steel frames, ties, angles, bars, etc., carloads, from Central Freight Association Territory to North Atlantic ports.

9

Export rates on iron and steel articles, carloads, from Eastern
producing points to Atlantic ports.

10

Proportional export and domestic, reshipping rates on grain and flour, carloads, from Central Freight Association Territory to Atlantic ports.

11

Export ex-lake rates on grain, carloads, to North Atlantic ports.

12

Import rates on fertilizer and fertilizer materials, carloads, to inter state points.

13

Import rates on sugar, beet or cane, carloads, minimum weight 60,000 pounds from Atlantic ports to interstate points.

14

Import rates on cocoa beans, carloads, from North Atlantic ports to
points in Central Freight Association Territory.

813917 O. 48-7

Table No. 1 - IMPORT, INTERCOASTAL, AND COASTWISE ALL-RAIL CLASS RATES FROM SHIPSI DE AT NORTH ATLANTIC, SOUTH ATLANTIC, AND GULF PORTS TO REPRESENTATI VE POINTS IN

CENTRAL FREIGHT ASSOCIATION TERRITORY
PHILADELPHIA AND CAMDEN RATES ALSO APPLI AT WILMINGTON, MARCUS HOOK, CHESTER, EDDYSTONE, AND GLOUCESTER

(In cents per 100 pounds; govorned by Official Classification; in effect April 28, 1948)
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Philadelphia-Camden-
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New York-
Baltimore-
Southern ports in groups 1,2,3, and 5:(1)

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B
Southern ports in group 4: (1)

C
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Boston-
Philadelphia-Canden-
Norfolk-
Now York
Baltipore
Southern ports in groups 1,2, and 3: (1)

A

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Southern ports in group 4: (1)
Southern ports in group 5: (1)

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Philadelphia-Canden-
Norfolk
New York-
Baltimore-
Southern ports in groups 1,2,3, and 5:(1)

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Philadelphia-Canden-
Norfolk
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Baltimore-
Southern ports in groups 1,2, and 3: (1)

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Southern ports in group 4: (1)

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Southern ports in group 5: (1)

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Boston-
Philadelphia-Canden-
Norfolk-
Now York-
Baltimore-
Southern ports in groups 1,2,3, and 5: (1)

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181 149
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179 148

211

180

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Southern ports in group 4: (1)

C
To Indianapolis, Ind., Iron -

Boston-
Philadelphia-Camden-
Norfolk
New York-
Baltimore
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Southorn ports in group 40 (1)

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Philadelphia-Camdon-
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New York
Baltimore-
Southern ports in groups 1,2,3, and 5: (1)

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Southern ports in group 4: (1)

C-
To Cincinnati, Ohio, from -

Boston-
Philadelphia- Canden-
Norfolk
Now York-
Baltimore-
Southern ports in groups 1,2,3, and 5: (1)

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Philadelphia-Canden-
Norfolk-
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Baltimore-

191
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Southern ports in group 4: (1)

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(1) Group 1 Includes New Orleans and subports, Mobile, Gulfport, Panama City, Pascagoula, and Pensacola, Group 2 includes Galveston, Houston, Texas City, and Corpus Christi. Group 3 includes Port Arthur, Beaumont, Orange, and Lake Charles. Group 4 includes Port Boca Grande, Fort Pierce, Wiani, Port Everglades, Port of Palm Beach, Tampa, and Port Tampa. Group 5 includes Brunswick, Charleston, Jacksonville, Savannah, and Wilmington. "A" ratos apply on traffic imported from Canal Zone, Cuba, Ingular possessions of the United States and all origins not located in the United States, Canada, Newfoundland, Europe, and Africa. "B" rates apply on traffic imported from Europe and Africa. "C" rates apply on traffic from South Morida ports imported from Canal Zone, Cuba, ingular possessions of the United States and all origins not located in the United States, Canada, Newfoundland, Islands of Miquelon or St. Pierre.

Tariff authorities, Agent I. N. Doe's I. C. C. 362, Agent W. S. Curlett's I. C. C. A-5714, and Agent H. N. Engdahl's I. C. C. 70. Table No. 2 EPORT, INTERCOASTAL, AND COASTWI SE ALL-RALL RATES TO SHIPSIDE AT NORTH ATLANTIC, SOUTH ATLANTIC, AND GULJ PORTS FROM REPRESENTATIVE POINTS IN

CENTRAL FREIGHT ASSOCIATION TERRITORI
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Southern ports in groups 1,2,3, and 5: (1)
Now York-

196
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160 136 113 80 56 Philadelphia-Camden

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Southern ports in group 4: (1)
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Southern ports in groups 1,2,3, and 5:(1)

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219
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216
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215
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211

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208 178 146 106 75 Southern ports in group 5: (1)

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176
124
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158
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Norfolk--

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201
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New York-

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193 164 135 96 68 Philadelphia-Camden

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New York

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New York

185
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160 136 113
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C

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98 68 54 includes Port Arthur, Orange, Beauont, and Lake Charles. Group 4 includes Miami, Port Everglades, Tampa, Port Tampa, Fort Pierco, Port of Palm Beach, and Port Boca Grande. Group 5 includes Jacksonville, Charleston, Wilmington, Savannah, and Brunswick. "A" rates apply on traffic to Gulf ports for export to Canal Zone, insular possessions of the United States and all foreign destinations not located in Canada, Newfoundland, Islands of Miquelon and St. Pierre, Europe, Africa, and the east coast of South America. "B" rates apply on traffic for export to Europe, Africa, and the east coast of South America. "C" rates apply on traffic to South Morida ports for export to Europe, Africa, east coast of South America, Canal

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